$ynode

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The y-coordinate for each y node. The number of rows (n) depends on the function $xsecysecmaxob.

  • Unit: μm



Format
$ynode
y1
y2
 .
 .
 .
yn



Example
$xsecysecmaxob 
    3    5    2 
$ynode 0.00 1.00 3.00 3.05 3.45

It means the 1st y-point is at 0.0 (μm); the 2nd is at 1.0 (μm); the 3rd is at 3.0 (μm); the 4th is at 3.05 (μm); and the last is at 3.45 (μm).

Related commands
$xsecysecmaxob, $xnode, $ydiv